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  • TRC

Texas Rural Challenge competition deadlines approaching

By Shala Watson Multimedia Writer Rural communities make up more than half of the Lone Star State, and the Texas Rural Challenge is a statewide conference that caters to these rural communities and gives them [...]

  • rice

Rice crop prices down, acreage lower

By Jessica Domel and Tom Nicolette Texas will see 15 percent fewer acres of rice this year. Farmers reported to [...]

  • pest month

April is Invasive Plant Pest and Disease Awareness Month

By Shala Watson Multimedia Writer The economic losses from invasive species cost the nation up to $120 billion a year, [...]

  • agrability workshop

Military entrepreneurial project, ag workshop set for April 28-29

The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, in cooperation with the Texas AgrAbility Project, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Millican Reserve and [...]

  • corn acreage

Mexico, surplus, wild pigs weigh on Texas corn farmers

By Jessica Domel Multimedia Editor There should be plenty of corn for livestock across the state this year. Although a [...]

  • CWDreport

Good, bad news in CWD report

Texas has recorded its first cases of chronic wasting disease (CWD) in free-ranging whitetail and elk. Those conclusions were recorded [...]

  • Pests

Texas farmers see early emergence of pests

By Shala Watson Multimedia Writer The dry and mild winter Texas experienced this year allowed farmers in many regions to [...]

  • poultry house

USDA delays GIPSA rule implementation

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) will delay implementation of a controversial rule in the meat and livestock sector and [...]

  • Canada

Canadian official says country open to discussing trade, NAFTA

By Gary Joiner TFB Radio Network Manager Trade and investment between Canada and the United States, two-way, is worth $2 [...]

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